Palmares

  1. Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1936 Amateur Six-day Race
  2. Albert Heaton (Can) / Russ Hunt (Can)

  3. Madison, Wisconsin 1936 Amateur Six-day Race
  4. Albert Heaton (Can) / Russ Hunt (Can)

  5. Ottawa September 28-October 3, 1936 1st Place
  6. 3-man format: Albert Heaton (Can) Roy McDonald (Can) and Bobby Walthour Jr. (USA)

  7. Montreal October 10-17, 1936 4th Place
  8. 3-man format: Albert Heaton (Can) Russ Hunt (Can) and Max Hurley (Can)

  9. Cleveland January 11-17, 1937 7th Place
  10. Albert Heaton (Can) / Reggie Fielding (Can)

  11. Milwaukee January 22-28, 1937 6th Place
  12. Albert Heaton (Can) / Laurent Gadou (Can)

  13. Saint Louis February 2-8, 1937 5th Place
  14. Albert Heaton (Can) / Henri Lepage (Can)

  15. Indianapolis February 15-20, 1937 9th Place
  16. Albert Heaton (Can) / Harold Nauwens (USA)

  17. Kansas City March 17-23, 1937 3rd Place
  18. Albert Heaton (Can) / Henri Lepage (Can)

  19. Pittsburgh April 1-7, 1937 6th Place
  20. Albert Heaton (Can) / Fred Spencer (USA)

  21. Philadelphia April 25-May 1, 1937 5th Place
  22. Albert Heaton (Can) / Jakie Gruber (USA)

  23. Toronto September 28-October 3, 1937 4th Place
  24. Albert Heaton (Can) / Freddie Zach (Swi)

  25. Milwaukee February 23-March 1, 1938 DNF
  26. Albert Heaton (Can) / Fred Spencer (USA)

  27. Pittsburgh April 10-15, 1938 6th Place
  28. Albert Heaton (Can) / Freddie Zach (Swi)

Albert Heaton competed in 14 six-day races over a 20-month period between 1936 and 1938. We can conservatively estimate that he cycled 20,800km during that time, around and around the wooden track. In 1937 alone he raced seven (7) six-day races between January 11 and May 1, quite a feat.

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